General scrapbook assembled by the Secretary’s Office of the Pullman’s Palace Car Company and, after 1899, the Pullman Company. Newspaper and magazine clippings from around the United States and Europe about the company from prior to its incorporation in 1867 to shortly after its reorganization in 1924. Included are articles concerning all facets of Pullman operations. Among the many topics covered are car improvements and innovations, train excursions, operations in Europe, new routes, employee and labor matters, the Pullman Building in Chicago, monopoly investigations, the acquisition of competitor sleeping car companies, segregated travel, etc. There are also articles regarding Chicago individuals and events, and personnel changes and other general railroad news.
Vol. 32 of 34
Call numberMicrofilm 1213
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